Fundraising + Crowdraising + Crowdfunding

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Fundraising + Crowdraising + Crowdfunding by Mind Map: Fundraising +  Crowdraising + Crowdfunding

1. Money Transfer + Micro Loan

1.1. http://www.trustedpocketmoney.com/

1.2. Get a micro loan - Kiva

1.2.1. Kiva - Loans that change lives http://www.kiva.org/

2. Fundraising

2.1. ideas http://www.justgiving.com/en/fundraising/fundraising-ideas

2.2. ideas http://www.fundraising.com/

2.3. ideas http://www.gofundme.com/fundraising-ideas/

2.4. orientation http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fundraising

2.5. The five best ways to fundraise successfully via betterplace.org

3. Crowdraising + Crowdsourcing

3.1. people can give you not only money, but their time to support your cause

3.2. crowdsourcing made Linux and Wikipedia a reality - you might find a potential in the contributions of the crowd too

3.3. Collect for a cause (betterplace.org)

4. Crowdfunding

4.1. Crowdfunding wiki http://crowdfunding.pbworks.com/w/page/10402176/Crowdfunding

4.1.1. Name (Global Alexa Rank) Kickstarter (746) IndieGoGo (4,301) GoFundMe (15,586) ChipIn (27,977) RocketHub (55,230) GiveForward (72,001) AppBackr (96,374) Crowdfunder (110,189) Fundable (117,760) Peerbackers (214,570)

4.2. http://www.indiegogo.com/

5. Social Entrepreneuship + Impact Investing + Spaces

5.1. ned.com

5.1.1. A list of 210 social entrepreneur, social enterprise and social innovation funding sources (#socent). - ned.com

5.1.2. Ned.com is a global online co-working space for early stage social entrepreneurs and collaborative social ventures.

5.2. socialcapitalmarkets.net

5.2.1. Social Capital Markets - Event http://socialcapitalmarkets.net/

5.2.1.1. SOCAP is an annual event series that connects leading global innovators – investors, foundations, institutions and social entrepreneurs – to build the new market at the intersection of money and meaning.

5.3. the-hub.net

5.3.1. Spaces with all the tools and trimmings needed to grow and develop innovative ventures for the world. http://www.the-hub.net/

5.4. coworking spaces

5.4.1. a good cowo space delivers the atmosphere for dense collaboration and serendipity

5.4.2. Shareable: After 7 Years, Coworking Movement Still Growing Rapidly

5.4.3. coworking directory wiki.coworking.com

5.4.3.1. More on quora: Coworking: Is there a global directory of coworking spaces?

5.4.3.2. Neue Idee

5.4.4. Finding your working community https://www.deskwanted.com/

5.4.5. coworking news + coworking culture

5.4.5.1. Deskmag - The Coworking Magazine http://www.deskmag.com/

5.4.5.1.1. Report: 1.800 coworking spaces worldwide (Aug 2012)

5.4.5.1.2. Report: 1.320 coworking spaces worldwide (Feb 2012)

5.4.5.2. make a jelly - anywhere - at home, in café, park

5.4.5.2.1. http://wiki.workatjelly.com/

5.4.5.2.2. annual celebration in January http://jellyweek.tumblr.com/

6. There are many sites and handbooks out there. Edit this map if you have a really good thing to share. Please report any self promotion and anathema - they will be deleted ASAP. Contact: twitter dm @wschroll

7. Context of creating this mind map: LIVING BRIDGES Planet

8. Campaigning + Social Media

8.1. Cause Marketing Through Social Media (PDF)

8.2. 6 Tips for Creating a Social Cause Campaign

8.3. Social Media Marketing Nonprofits and NGO

8.4. In Germany there is a barcamp for "best online campaigns"